Perennial wheat: The development of a sustainable cropping system for the U.S., Pacific Northwest

By Pamela L. Scheinost, Doug L. Lammer, Xiwen Cai, Timothy D. Murray, Stephen S. Jones in Scientific Publications - October 15, 2001

Perennial wheat plots 6 weeks after harvest, October 2000, at Spillman Farm, Washington State University, Pullman. Photo provided by Winter Wheat Breeding Program, Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Washington State University.

Perennial wheat plots 6 weeks after harvest, October 2000, at Spillman Farm, Washington State University, Pullman. Photo provided by Winter Wheat Breeding Program, Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Washington State University.

American Journal of Alternative Agriculture, Oct. 15, 2001, Volume 16, Number 4, pp. 147-151

Abstract. Perennial wheat offers a new solution to the long-standing problems of soil erosion and degradation associated with conventional annual small-grain cropping systems in the Pacific Northwest region.

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